My AMCAS application has not been verified as of yet, but I have still been contacting schools to see if they have received all of the secondary info that I have sent them. I contacted the university of Pittsburgh and they informed me that my application WILL NOT be reviewed until a verified application is sent from AMCAS. Is this a double standard? Those with extremely high MCAT scores do not need to have a verified application to get an interview, but the rest of us do? Most hadn't even sent in their secondary when they were given an interview. I realize that a student with a 37 MCAT is most likely going to get an interview anyway, but is it really fair to have two sets of standards for your applicants? Do they think the applicants who claim they did not do as well on the MCAT or have a lower GPA are lying? If anything wouldn't you think they would want to verify those who claim high GPA's and High MCAT's? I must admit I am happy with the speed of their response, and with the info they have provided…less than 25% of all the applications they have are actually verified, but I am very unhappy with this apparent double standard. I guess I shouldn't be surprised.